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I can't see to work out why the fill within the path doesn't line up with it. I have checked to see if I have any transform effect applied to your path, which there isn't. There is no stroke on this image, it is just a fill that seems to be a couple pixels below the path. There is no brush stroke applied as its just a fill.

So I am pretty stumped, here is the image to get an idea of what it looks like.

Thanks for your time guys, any possible solutions would be greatly appreciated!

![Image of the fill]1

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Your screen shot doesn't show a lot and your path line that you have selected isn't the line the stroke is applied to or it would follow the line. However, do you a brush stroke applied? It looks like you might have a calligraphy angled brush applied which will cause that look. Otherwise maybe a layering issue. If the green line is the line the stroke is applied to, it looks like the brown box is covering up your line.

  • Sorry it's not that clear. There is no stroke on this image, it is just a fill that seems to be a couple pixels below the path. There is no brush stroke applied as its just a fill. Sorry for the confusion! – Stefan Aug 9 '16 at 12:18
  • would you be able to share a link to the file? it's hard to tell what is going on. – Alith7 Aug 9 '16 at 13:44

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